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  1. Believe In Belsize

    Work With The Planning Process To Promote The Quality Of Life, Welfare And Well Being Of Belsize Residents

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  2. Belsize Residents Association

    The Belsize Residents Association is a group of over 500 households who seek to preserve the character of the area by keeping a close eye on planning and environment issues. We work with local public bodies to improve the quality of local services and we promote a greater sense of community by providing information about local issues and holding social events.

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  3. Bisham Gardens Residents Association

    Residents' association for those living in Bisham Gardens in order to provide an opportunity for local residents to communicate concerns on matters relating to planning and transportation.

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  4. Bloomsbury Village Neighbourhood Forum

    Neighbourhood planning forum

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  5. Boscastle Road Residents Association

    Works With Tenants And Residents

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  6. Briardale Gardens Neighbourhood Association

    Represents The Resideents Of Briardale Gardens And Clorane Gardens On Issues Related To The Well-being And Upkeep Of The Area.

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  7. Brocas Close Residents Association

    The Association Represents The Views Of People Within The Catchment Area: 1-28 Brocas Close And 65-69 Fellows Road. Co-ordinates A Neighbourhood Watch Scheme And Is Open To All Residents, Be They Tenants Or Owner/occupiers

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  8. Calthorpe Project

    The Calthorpe inner city community garden and centre exists to improve the physical and emotional well-being of those who live, work or study in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  9. Camden Butterfly Trust

    We are a not-for-profit organisation. Our aim is to halt, if not reverse the decline in Camden’s wildlife, especially butterflies and bees. We intend doing this by establishing a network of wildlife-friendly butterfly conservation gardens throughout the London borough of Camden. These gardens, not further than a mile from each other, will become breeding sites for the 22 species of butterflies that inhabit Camden. This will enable butterflies to interact with each other, build up their numbers and increase their gene pool.

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  10. Camden Housing Association & Co-op Forum

    Housing, Tentants and Residents Group

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  11. Camley Street Natural Park

    A wild oasis nestled between two of London’s busiest railway stations and beside Regent’s Canal, this reserve was created from wasteland and is now a haven for diverse wildlife. Facilities include Cafe, Visitor Centre, Picnic Facilities and Toilets. Camley Street Natural Park has been temporarily closed to the public since December 2017 in order to prepare for the construction of a new visitor and learning centre.The nature reserve will reopen fully in spring 2019.

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  12. Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum

    We are a group of individuals who either live or work in the Camley Street & Elm Village area. We formed the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum because we share a common purpose and objective – to make our neighbourhood the nicest possible place it can be – to make it an area that’s economically vibrant, socially connected, and generally the nicest, greenest, safest place to live and work it can possibly be.

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  13. Castlehaven Community Association

    The Castlehaven Community Association was established in 1985 as a result of a group of local residents concerned about the lack of local facilities for children and older people. Projects include Ageactivity 60+, which has various weekly classes such as dancing, walking clubs and yoga and monthly coach trips and cinema trips, Castle Youth 11 - 19 years, open on a weekly basis and in the evening and which has a different theme every week such as music/sport/cooking and trips and Casltehaven Community Park, a gardening and growing haven. Please see website for more details.

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  14. Covent Garden Area Trust

    A charity set up to conserve the Covent Garden Market building and the other freeholds within the Covent Garden area previously owned by the Greater London Council, its architectural character, its buildings and features of historical or architectural interest and the development of its special qualities in the public interest, including the preservation of the mix of residential, business and other uses which characterise the area.

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  15. Covent Garden Open Spaces Association

    The Phoenix Garden is in the heart of London’s West End, situated behind the junction of Charing Cross Road and Shaftesbury Avenue. It is next to the Phoenix Theatre and is in close proximity to Centre Point and St.Giles-in-the-Fields parish church. The garden entrance is on St.Giles Passage.

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  16. Dartmounth Park CAAC

    The Conservation Area Advisory Committees is a group made up of local residents and representatives of street, tenant and community associations. The Council consults the CAAC on planning applications that may affect the character or appearance of a conservation area, on the formulation of conservation and design policies and on its structure plans as these affect the area.

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  17. Dartmouth Park Road Residents Association

    Contact The Secretary. Concerned With The Local Environment, Traffic Management, Pollution, Tree Planting, Street Lighting And Crime Presvention. For Residents Of Dartmouth Park Road Only

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  18. Environmental Law Foundation

    We help the voice of ordinary people and communities to be heard on matters affecting the environment in which they live.

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  19. FOHC - Friends of Hampstead Cemetery

    Established in 1876 Hampstead cemetery is a municipal cemetery of great historic interest and beauty. Many famous people are buried in its grounds. It provides activities such as historic walks (with the use of a digital mapstand )- some are walks organised by (KOVE) Kilburn Older Voices Exchange and private tours. Overseas visitors also seek it out and family members and friends visit regularly to tend the graves of loved ones. The FOHC strives to keep the cemetery in good repair, adding areas of unusual beauty and interest and there are religious ceremonies throughout the year in the deconsecrated chapel.

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  20. Friends of Talacre Town Green

    Concerned with all matters related to the welfare, enhancement and safety of the park. A current objective of the Friends' group is to secure a water supply from a borehole at no cost to the council. Community events

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  21. Hampstead Horticultural Society

    Hampstead Horticultural Society have been We have been operating for 66 years for the local people of Hampstead and Camden. They hold flower shows, arrange horticultural lectures and organise coach outings to interesting gardens.

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  22. Heath & Hampstead Society

    Since its foundation in 1897, The Heath & Hampstead Society has fought to safeguard the Heath. An oasis of unspoiled countryside in the heart of Europe’s greatest metropolis. We continue to fight for it today. To keep it open to all. Free from signs telling us to keep out or keep off. And free from traffic. A place for relaxation, enjoyment and peaceful contact with nature.

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  23. Heath Hands

    Heath Hands is a volunteer organsiation created to help preserve the special character of Hampstead Heath and to give everyone who enjoys the Heath the opportunity to make a difference. Our volunteers work with City of London Corporation and English Heritage staff members on a variety of conservation and maintenance tasks, all over the Heath and Kenwood. There are work sessions throughout the week and at weekends, as well as special events and visits to other local open spaces.

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  24. Highgate Society

    We are a voluntary organisation with over 1200 members. There are no paid staff, and the organisation is run by an elected Council who serve for 3 years and deal with different aspects of the Society’s activities.The Highgate Society’s reputation makes it the first port of call for anyone seeking to develop, conserve or interpret the quality and character of Highgate. It is a source of civic pride and people will know it for its independence of thought, challenging perspective and positive outlook. We will listen, advise, support and act on behalf of all residents across Highgate.

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  25. Jeffreys Street Association

    Represents The Interests Of Residents Of 20-85 Jeffreys Street And Provides A Focus For Social Activity. Aims To Safeguard And Enhance The Environment Of The Street And The Neighbourhood Around It. Agm In Sept.

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  26. Kentish Town City Farm

    Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. We provide an extensive educational programme to schools, therapeutic riding to people with special needs and farm related activities to local children and families. In addition, we have a lively core of volunteers who support staff in the day-to-day running of the farm and organise seasonal fundraising events. Young people between 8 -16 years also support farm activities through our Young Farmers Club.

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  27. King's Cross CAAC

    Advisory committee for the various conservation areas around Kings Cross, both in Camden and Islington. Discuss developments and planning applications.

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  28. Leighton Road Neighbourhood Association

    Concerned with environmental issues, particularly traffic and planning, and with maintaining the high street as a local amenity.

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  29. Maiden Lane Tra

    The TRA is busy representing residents in various ways – from keeping the council on its toes in terms of repairs; improving the green spaces, organising events: Easter Egg Hunt, Fireworks Night, managing Allensbury Place, raising concerns with the Safer Neighbourhoods Team.

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  30. Marchmont Association

    The Marchmont Association unites local residents and businesses in a simple cause - to improve the local area for the benefit of all.

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  31. Menelik Residents Association

    Aims to create awareness of environmental issues, improve the quality of life for residents, tackle problems which may affect the area (planning, building etc.) and organises social and fundraising events. Covers Menelik Road, Minster Road, Somali Road, Asmara Road and parts of Westbere Road. Approximately 90 members.

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  32. Mornington District Association

    Concerned with environmental and planning issues. Alternative email: morningtoncrescent@hotmail.co.uk

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  33. North London Master Gardeners

    The North London Master Gardener network has been part of a three year pilot programme managed by national charity, Garden Organic. Garden Organic recruits community volunteers, Master Gardeners, who we train and actively support to promote the benefits of growing your own. Whilst the Head Office is based in Coventry, you can use the website to search for a Camden Volunteer Master Gardener.

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  34. Parsifal Road Association

    We deal with conservation issues and try and preserve the unique character of Parsifal Rd, ensuring a communal atmosphere. We interact with neighbours to make sure they have a good quality of life and living conditions.

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  35. Pilgrims To Willoughby Residents Association

    Serves 250-500 People

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  36. Pond Square Residents Association

    Aims To Preserve And Improve Pond Square As An Open Space, Ensure The Maintenance Of Pond Square In A Good And Decent State By The London Borough Of Camden, And Protect The Interests Of Residents Around Pond Square. Agm Nomally Held In Jan. About 30 Households In Membership

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  37. Queensmead NW8

    Chair Kenneth Levy, 6 Mancroft Court, St Johns Wood Park, NW8 6QU. Company made up of the estate long leaseholders.

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  38. Railey Mews Tenants Association (formerly known as Leverton Street and Railway Mews Tenants Association)

    Residents Group Of 20 Members Concerned With Local Issues Such As Noise From Commercial Premises, Rubbish Collection, Street Cleaning Adn Vandalism.

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  39. Regents Park Conservation Area Advisory Committee (Regents Park CAAC)

    Discuss planning applications and environmental issues. A representative committee. Meet on the 1st Mon of the month.

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  40. Save Our Street (Fleet Road)

    Group acts on behalf of Fleet Road and Byron Mews to protect residents' and traders' interests and improve the environment.

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  41. South Bloomsbury Tenants’ and Residents’ Association (formerly the Bury Place Residents’ Assoc.)

    We aim to promote a sense of community by monitoring and taking up a range of issues concerning residents and the quality of life in our area, including the management of Camden-owned properties, security, planning, licensing, conservation and environmental matters. We organise regular meetings and promote social activities, including ‘meet the neighbour’ events. Registered with Camden. Next AGM & social event: 30th May 2018

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  42. St Pancras C.C.

    St Pancras Cruising Club is situated in the heart of London. This friendly club has members from all over the country, all with one thing in common- a love for canals, rivers and boats.

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  43. Swains Lane Residents and Neighbourhood Watch Association

    Group of 90 households concerned with traffic and development proposals. Also liaise with police on crime. Meet as and when required.

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  44. The Phoenix Gardens (CLOSED TILL EARLY 2013)

    The Phoenix Garden is a community garden and registered charity, managed by volunteers, created to provide a green retreat from the stresses of London’s West End and a vital habitat for urban wildlife.

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  45. West Hampstead Amenity And Transport

    Community pressure group for West Hampstead, concentrating on transport issues (Red routes, bus services, underground and rail), amenity issues (Post Office, libraries, open spaces and street cleaning) and major development issues (Conservation areas and rail interchange). Jester Festival meeting and stall in July. Please call John Saynor, the Chair, on the number above, for more information.

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  46. West Hampstead Business Forum (Formerly known as West Hampstead Small Traders and Residents Association)

    Represents the interests of businesses, large and small, in the West Hampstead area. Deals with issues such as parking, street furniture, lighting, signage, pavements, security, promoting businesses within the area, promoting businesses to visitors.

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  47. West Hampstead Local Consultation Group

    Represents residents and small traders all over West Hampstead. Aims to keep the community informed on the integration of railway stations at West Hampstead.

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  48. World Peace Garden Camden

    The World Peace Garden Camden is an opportunity to briefly step outside our busy lives and think about a world in which respect for life and the pursuit of peace in every aspect, makes more sense than emphasising divisions between peoples and going to war.

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